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Post-Brexit investing

Three Fidelity pros on how the vote changed the outlook for the economy, investments, and European Union.

  • ByTim Cohen, Chief Investment Officer, Lisa Emsbo-Mattingly, Director of Asset Allocation Research, Tom Nolan, Research Analyst, Fixed Income Division, and Brian Leite, CFA, Head of Institutional Portfolio Management, Equity and High Income ,
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Volatility strategies

When markets get choppy, it pays to have a plan for your investments, and to stick to it.

4 tips for young investors

If you’re many years from retirement, keep saving—and view market dips as opportunities.

6 strategies for retirees

If you’re nearing or in retirement, make sure your plan is solid—and stay the course, even in volatile markets.

Market and Economic Insights

Earnings growth needed

After four straight quarters of negative earnings growth, any improvement could be good news for stocks.

Brexit implications

What the U.K.’s exit from European Union may mean for global growth, the stock market, and interest rates.

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Investing Ideas

Strategies for manic markets

Get expert perspectives on how to position a portfolio for slow growth, market volatility, and rate changes.

Biotech: After the selloff

Despite the recent tumult, our expert still believes that biotech’s long-term investment story remains compelling.

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Manage your cash in retirement

Smart ways to help make managing your finances easier, more efficient, and less expensive.

Three A's of successful saving

The amount you save, the accounts you save in, and your asset mix are important when saving for retirement.

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Personal Finance

Five things to do now

Check investments, see whether you can reduce taxes, protect what you have, and do some housekeeping.

Charitable giving on the rise

The latest Fidelity Charitable® Giving Report shows growth in giving for humanitarian relief and charity walks.

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Active Trader

5 trading tips

For shorter-term investors, big price moves can present both risks and opportunities.

Stock stars

Independent research firm S&P Capital IQ suggests tilting toward stocks with rising relative strength.

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